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MOU Between Falah Innovation Technology and PAL Indonesia

MOU Agreement Between PAL Indonesia and Falah Innovation Technology

PAL Indonesia and Falah Innovation Technology have agreed to cooperate in developing various products for training and simulations. This collaboration started with developing Digital Manual Guidance, Simulation System, and Engineering Simulator. In the future, there will be many products that are developed together. The signing of the MOU agreement between the two was witnessed by the Indonesian Defense Minister, Mr. Prabowo Subianto.

PAL Indonesia is a strategic industry that produces the leading equipment for the Indonesian defense system especially for the marine dimension, and have an important role and strategy in supporting the development of the Maritime Industry. PAL Indonesiais also a strategic partner for Falah Innovation Technology to develop various products in the maritime field.

In this partnership, Falah Innovation Technology provides the technology needed by PAL Indonesia, also Falah Innovation Technology is a part of  PAL Indonesia’s maritime ecosystem. Falah Innovation Technology is a strategic partner in developing various products in the maritime.

In the future, innovation in the application of technology for maritime affairs can continue to be developed. It can be realized through collaboration between Falah Innovation Technology and PAL Indonesia, such as Developing Training and Simulation Products.

MOU Agreement Between Havelsan and Falah Innovation Technology

The agreement between Havelsan and Falah Innovation Technology signed at Indo Defence Expo & Forum 2022, witnessed by President of Indonesia Mr. Joko Widodo, and Indonesian Defense Minister Mr. Prabowo Subianto. By signing of the MOU agreement, both parties have agreed to cooperation in developing Shooting Simulators, Parachute Simulators, and Flight Simulators. In the future, more products will be developed together.

Within the framework of the cooperation between Havelsan and Falah Innovation Technology, Falah Innovation Technology will upgrade the hardware, and software of the system to suit the needs of Indonesian military forces, security forces, and special forces. The upgrade includes but not limited to weapon chute and aircraft customization, Indonesia visual database, and special training scenarios.

To Havelsan, Indonesia and Southeast Asia have an important position for Havelsan, and Falah Innovation Technology is the right partner also have the ability and qualified resources in the development of various products. As for Falah Innovation Technology, Havelsan is a strategic partner for technology in developing various training and simulation products.

Since the beginning, Falah Innovation Technology has focused its products on military and non-military training using advanced technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality. Falah Innovation Technology has its own learning management system and virtual training suite platform for various required content. Currently, Falah Innovation Technology has developed many content and training scenarios that are specifically made for aircraft maintenance training, virtual reality language learning systems, and various other e-learning subject matter. In the future Havelsan and Falah Innovation Technology will continue to develop products and expanding new markets together in Indonesia and other parts of the world.

MOU of PT Falah Industrial Cooperation Program for Vocational High Schools

MOU Agreement Between Falah Inovasi Teknologi and Public and Private Vocational High Schools


Falah Innovation Technology as a market leader, realizes the collaboration between Industry and Educational Institutions is essential to improve the quality of human resources in facing future challenges.

The collaboration between Falah Innovation Technology and Public also Private Vocational High Schools with the theme “Generasi Berkarya Membangun Bangsa” aims to find superior seeds in the fields of Visual Communication Design (DKV) and Software Engineering (RPL), involving students and educators from various Vocational High Schools (VHS) both public and private that can support Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technology products. The PRAKERIN program is to link and match the needs of the Industry and the curriculum of Educational Institutions is expected to produce qualified and skilled human resources following the needs of the Industry.

Falah Innovation Technology is also interested in entering into a cooperation agreement with Six (6) Public and Private Vocational High Schools to make this happen, Cyber Media Jakarta Vocational School, State Vocational School 10 Jakarta, State Vocational School 24 Jakarta, Islamic Vocational School PB Sudirman 2, Sahid Vocational School Jakarta, and Sumbangsih Multimedia Vocational School.

The scope of the cooperation agreement between Falah Innovation Technology for Public and Private Vocational High Schools are the followings:

  1. Industrial class development program,
  2. Industrial work practices for Vocational High School students,
  3. Industrial apprenticeship for Vocational High School teachers,
  4. Certification: and
  5. Recruitment of work from on the Job training participants when it ends according to company needs.

With the hope of the agreement, Falah Innovation Technology can contribute to building works that are in accordance with the needs of the Industry.

Coordination meeting of Defense and Security Equipment Tools for policy, users, and producers in the field of the 2021 fiscal year.

On June 8, 2021, PT Falah Inovasi Teknologi, participated in the Coordination Meeting for Policy, Users, and Producers in the Defense and Security Sector, which was held by the Directorate General of Pothan Kemhan. In order to synchronize and synergize the three pillars of the Defense Industry, which is the Government, Users and the Defense Industry, it was held in the Bali Cendrawasih Room, the Jakarta Convention Center, Central Jakarta, led by the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia, Mr. M Herindra. This coordination meeting was attended by 187 participants. The participants are Ministries and Agencies (MoF, ministry of state-owned enterprises, Ministry of Investment Coordinating Board, Ministry of Industry, KKIP Team), TNI Headquarters, Forces, POLRI, Bakamla, Pinhantanas and Defense Industries (state-owned enterprises and private-owned enterprises).

The theme of this coordination meeting is “Optimizing Indhan in Improving the Quality of Defense and Security Production to Realize National Indhan Independence”, the choice of this theme was in accordance with the government’s efforts to improve the quality of defense and security production. Furthermore, this theme has the meaning to synergize steps in optimizing the capabilities of the domestic Defense Industry to create the independence of the Defense Industry.

In his remarks, the Indonesian Deputy Minister of Defense conveyed several things, those are: with the issuance of Law Number 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation, it was stated that state-owned enterprises (BUMN) and private-owned enterprises (BUMS) were designated as lead integrators of defense equipment. Thus, the enactment of the Job Creation Act means opening up wide opportunities for BUMS to demonstrate their capabilities in the field of defense equipment production. This is an improvement in the competitive climate of the Defense Industry in securing technology, human resources, and documents owned. In addition, synergy is needed that must be strengthened between the Government, Users and Defense Industry.

The moderator of this Coordination Meeting for Policy Determinants, Users, and Producers in the Defense and Security Sector of the 2021 fiscal year is Mr. Andi Wijajanto, Defense Observer and Indonesian Politician. Whilst, there are five speakers:

First, the Special Staff of the Minister of Defense for Institutional Cooperation ( Marshal of the Indonesian Armed Forces (Ret.) Dr. Bambang Eko, SH, MH), informs about providing opportunities for BUMS as lead integrators as a manifestation of the implementation of Law no. 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation and opportunities for foreign parties to invest in the Defense Industry.

Second, the Expert Staff for Priority Investment Development of the Investment Coordinating Board (Drs. Aries Indanarto) informs about the Implementation of Business Licensing through the risk-based OSS (Online Single Submission) System.

Third, the chief of the Technology Transfer and Offset Division of KKIP implementing team (DR. Ir. Yono Reksoprodjo, DIC) informs about Building 3rd tier and 4th tier (Upstream Industry) Industrial ecosystems and security in the framework of human resource infrastructure, Documents, and Technology.

Fourth, the Head of Sub-Directorate for the Railway, Aircraft and Defense Equipment Industry of the Ministry of Industry (Immanuel Tumpal Hamonangan Silitonga) informs about Optimizing the Development and Utilization of Upstream Industries in Supporting Defense and Security Products.

Fifth, the Head of Sub-Directorate for Withholding/Collection of PPh and Personal Income Tax Regulations (Heri Kuswanto, S.E., Ak., M.Sc.) delivered material on the Tax Aspects of the Defense Industry and Defense Equipment Procurement.

In the remarks of the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia at the closing of the Coordination Meeting delivered by the Director General of the Ministry of Defense Pothan conveyed the Directive to be followed up by the three pillars of the Defense Industry:

  1. The government should always carry out guidance and supervision of the State-Owned Enterprises and Private-Owned Enterprises Defense Industry.
  2. Users, in this case the TNI and Polri, as well as ministries/institutions that are also users of Defense Industry products, should continue to increase the volume of use of domestic Defense Industry products so that the independence can be achieved.
  3. Defense Industry. By the issuance of the Job Creation Law provides opportunities for BUMS as lead integrators. Defense Industry needs to synergize and build ecosystems and optimize the upstream industry (use of domestic raw materials).